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    Electricity generation from solid biomass is mainly realised in combustion based medium and large-scale CHP plants (gt; 200 kWel). Especially in large-scale systems the limited heat demand often reduces the total plant efficiencies. In order to gain a maximum utilisation of the biomass fuel power, a fully heat controlled operation is definitely of advantage. Moreover, biomass is a locally

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  • Combined Heat and Power Technology Fact Sheet Series

    2017-12-12 · general, the highest electric efficiencies are achieved by fuel cells and reciprocating engines, followed by gas turbines, microturbines, and steam turbines.3 With the exception of steam turbines, the electric efficiencies in Table 1 range from 24% to 42%. Steam turbine CHP systems are unique com-

  • A Hybrid Optimization Model of Biomass Trigeneration

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  • Bioenergy - Europa

    • Biomass-based CHP plants have typical capacities of 1–50 MWe with overall efficiencies of 80–90% and investment costs of EUR 2 000–3 000/kWe. • Fluidised Bed Combustion of biomass permits higher electrical efficiencies of 30–40% at investment cost in the range EUR 2 500–3 500/kWe. • The capital cost of a biogas plant with a

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    2005-11-7 · COUPLING OF BIOMASS STEAM GASIFICATION AND AN SOFC - GAS TURBINE HYBRID and power application even at small plant capacities in the range of 8 MW fuel power. Keywords: Biomass, Gasification, Solid oxide fuel cell, Hybrid system, Combined heat and power biomass CHP-application. Table 1